Having struggled with painting in oils during his post-stroke recovery, writer and broadcaster Andrew Marr draws on the progress and failures of his own work to consider the subjects of inspiration, creativity, politics, beauty and form. He questions what defines art as ‘good’ and examines the importance of techniques such as brushstrokes, colour balance and texture, as well as the ways in which painters can improve their practice.


Cover: Hardback
No. of Pages: 144
Dimensions:210 x 160 mm
Published by Quadrille


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